We discuss the second Test between India and England in Chennai
- Was there anything wrong with the pitch?
- How Rohit Sharma tackled the tricky surface
- England’s rotation policy – and would they have followed this during the Ashes?
- R Ashwin’s glorious home Test in front of an adoring crowd
- Does Ashwin the bowler have the equivalent of 47 Test centuries?
- Ashwin’s ability to do what he decides to do
- Ben Foakes’ technique against spin on a turning track
- Rishabh Pant’s improvement behind the stumps
- Kohli’s skillful sequence – 74, 72, and 62
- The Rahane review – and England subsequently being handed back their review
- The consistently good home umpiring during the Covid months
- Is Anderson the Karunanidhi of cricket? Or the Tom Brady of cricket?
Kartikeya Date (@cricketingview)
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee)
Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd)
When Cook and Co. did the unthinkable – 81allout podcast on the 2012-13 India v England series
The theatre of spin – Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
Pitched language – Kartikeya Date
The bias against spinning pitches – Jarrod Kimber
Madrasapattinam – R Ashwin’s Chepauk memories, YouTube video
The Paaji effect – R Ashwin’s chat with Bharat Arun, YouTube video
Ashwin talks about his variations – Sky Sports
Ben Foakes stands up to give keepers’ union something to shout about – Andy Bull, The Guardian
Lead image from here.